Saturday, March 22, 2014

Mozambique: ¨The Bishop Who Smashed Guns At the Altar¨ is about to retire after four decades ministry.

The Rt. Reverend Dinis Sengulane of Lebombo, diocese of southern Mozambique
¨The longest-serving Anglican bishop in the world, Bishop Dinis Sengulane of Lebombo, a church diocese which covers southern Mozambique, is to retire after nearly four decades ministry in that country.

Sengulane was consecrated as a bishop soon after Mozambique became independent from Portugal in 1975 and the ruling Frelimo party formed a one-party state. He led his diocese through the 15-year-long civil war which followed independence and played an important role in efforts which eventually brought about an end to the war. He was interviewed in late 2013 by John Allen:

Thanks to Three Rivers Episcopal, sidebar
Thanks to All Africa

St. Alban English Mission, Antigua, Guatemala is a outreach project of The St. James English parish, Episcopal Diocese of Guatemala, IARCA

The Most Reverend Armando Guerra Soria,  Rector of St. Alban Mission, Bishop of Guatemala and Primate of Central America

The Reverend Ricardo Frohmader, Associate Minister
St Alban Mission holds services every Sunday at Noon
Casa Convento Concepcion, Antigua Guatemalaj, 
All are welcome - See welcome letter at the

NOTE:  There will be three baptisms tomorrow, Sunday, March 23, 2014, with an additional mass in Spanish at 10:00 A.M., also at Casa Convento Concepcion.  The Regular NOON English service will be held on schedule. The Rev. Ricardo Frohmader will officiate at both services.

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